Siemens, the go to name for sleek built-in kitchen design, shines with the iQ700 range of appliances, melding contemporary design with the very latest in cooking technology.
March 6th, 2017
Siemens gives customers across the world a fascinating product experience at every turn. The brand has built its history on designing for life’s exciting new opportunities; a new house, a new kitchen, a renovated space.
Believing that the oven is the single most important piece of equipment in your kitchen, Siemens style and technological skill in cooking appliances are on full display with the iQ700 range of built-in appliances. Designed with intelligent technology and presented in the simplest form possible, the ovens are as easy to use as they are easy on the eye.
For the designer and architect, with this trademark aesthetic applied consistently across each and every piece, it ensures perfect coordination of all appliances for the ultimate, modern kitchen.
The signature piece is the fully functioning oven with integrated microwave, and injected steam capabilities, meaning the touch-display will be getting a good workout. Select the all-in-one oven solution or pair any of the iQ700 ovens with matching compact appliances such as combination steam ovens or combination microwave ovens.
Siemens has been driven by the ethos of “Progress in the service of mankind”, a credo from its founder Werner von Siemens and this tradition of innovation holds true today, as exemplified in the iQ700 range.
Along with the signature oven, the range also offers cooktops providing unsurpassed flexibility and precision, coffee machines that turn the fine art of a perfect cup into an exact science, and dishwashers that take energy efficiency to remarkable new levels.
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